How to avoid contact of pad from bottom layer (only allow in top layer, see picture)
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Mr. Spock 3 months ago
My track is a little bit too big (because of high current) and this one big blue track in the middle is touching the other two side pads (number 1 and 3) ![image.png](// The thing is that I need to place a transistor in there (current arrives in bottom layer on pad number two and goes to pad number 3 in the top layer through the transistor) I need a way to make this big blue track not touch any of the side pads because the transistor leg will be in that side pads. I thought about cutting a piece of the track around the pads 1 and 3, enough for them not to touch the blue wire, but since it's a small distance I'm not sure the current will not flow through it (20amps at 220v). Any thing I could do?
andyfierman 3 months ago
In situations like this you have to draw track in two segments. A full width track up to just clear of the pins then a narrow  track from the pin to the end point of the wide track. Your project is private so only you can see it but from your description and screenshot it looks like you have: 1. Created the PCB directly instead of from a schematic;  2. Turned off blocking routing if there is a conflict (i.e. set Routing Conflict to Allow);  3. Turned off Realtime DRC; All of these actions significantly increase the risk of introducing errors in the PCB and you are strongly recommended to follow the essential checklists (4) and (6) in (2) in: [](<br> <br> <br> At the very least you should run the PCB Design Manager and check that all the nets are connected and that there are no DRC errors before submitting the PCB for fabrication.
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